This charming, secluded cottage is hidden away at the end of a no-through lane within the beautiful garden of a 19th century converted church in the Vale of Pewsey, Wiltshire.
Turning off a small country lane into the driveway of The Old Church, where the owners live, you proceed down the drive to All Saints Cottage and its own parking area in front of the cottage.
The glazed front door leads into a hall area and then to a large L-shaped open plan living area. This comprises fitted kitchen, dining area and spacious sitting room with two double French doors opening onto the garden. A corridor off the sitting room leads to the bathroom (with bath and separate shower cubicle) and the double bedroom.
Get your groceries delivered by a supermarket before you arrive! We will be happy to accept the delivery on your behalf.
This spacious secluded single-storey cottage is an ideal base for walking, exploring Wiltshire or simply relaxing. All Saints Cottage offers comfortable accommodation, with double height ceilings and French doors opening onto its own private garden, adjoining a bluebell wood.
There is so much to discover in the local area:
Prehistoric sites: Silbury Hill, Avebury and Stonehenge
Historic houses and areas of natural beauty: Wilton House, Heale House, Longleat House and Safari Park, the New Forest, Savernake Forest, Stourhead or the National Trust village of Lacock and the chalk white horses of Wiltshire
A diverse variety of pubs, restaurants and cafes
Cycling: the Sustrans National Cycle Route 4
Nearby towns and cities include Marlborough, Devizes, Hungerford, Salisbury, Newbury, Bath and slightly further afield are Winchester and Oxford.
Private garden with seating
Ample driveway parking
Secure bike storage
Not suitable for small children (large pond)
Sorry, no pets
No smoking in the cottage
Super kingsize or twin beds with all bedding, towels and table linen provided
Soundbar to stream your own music
Fridge with icebox
Electric oven with hob
Books and games
Wooden picnic table and 2 deck chairs in rear garden
Wooden bench and chair at front of cottage
Walking distance to pub/restaurant and to garden centre with cafe and local produce shop